On Tuesday 16 February we’ll be holding a #folksyhour special over on Twitter, where Matthew Giles from Brown McCleod, chartered accountants who specialise in the creative industries, and Dean Shepherd from TaxByDesign.com will be on hand to answer all your tax questions.
So what would you like to know?
Maybe you’re not sure if you need to register your business with HMRC, whether you should be self-employed or a limited business, what you should be paying, what forms you should be filling in and when, what information you should be keeping, what you can claim for, how much you can earn before you need to pay VAT and whether employing the services of an accountant to sort all these things out for you is worth it or just far too expensive?
If you let us know here, we can pass on your questions to Matthew to give him time to prepare, or come along on the night and ask him then. We’ll summarise the chat afterwards for anyone who can’t make it, and put together a blog post with the main points. So if you can’t come along or don’t do Twitter, you won’t miss out.
Find out how #folksyhour works and how you can join in here http://blog.folksy.com/themes-on-folksyhour